Skip to main content

About your Search

English 46
Search Results 0 to 45 of about 46 (some duplicates have been removed)
else say to him, mr. president, don't say no matter what, you're going to keep your health care plan? >> hindsight is 20/20. >> that's why you're there is to say it's not hindsight. >> re-election rival and former governor mitt romney and on "meet the press" this weekend where he accused the president of dishonesty and had this warning about the president's second term. >> i think the key thing that the president is trying to get away from and that is that he told people they could keep their insurance and that was not the truth. and whether you like the model of obama care or not, the fact that the president sold it on a basis that was not true has undermined the foundation of his second term. i think it's rotting it away. >> wait, there's a little bit more, "the washington post" obtaining an internal memo that shows an outside health adviser warning of trouble ahead for the rollout. telling the administration, quote, i do not believe the relevant members of the administration understand the president's vision or have the capability to carry it out. >> looking back, people are going
here for a few hours, but we take our time. don't want to rush through. >> how are the deals? >> fantastic. everything is at least 50% off. >> really? >> yeah. >> analysts are saying some may spend more. will you spend the same or less? >> it depends on the person, but i already spent more than last year. it's good. >> how long will you go at it today? >> we are about halfway through the circle. i will have to hit a couple stores again we have been comparing. >> anything for an older reporter-type guy? >> a leather jacket. you can do that. kind of hip. >> thank you. i won't hold you up. i know you have been waiting for a while. they missed a sale at a really high end retailer here. i will get your credit card number afterwards. >> fabulous. >> excellent. thank you so much. have fun, ladies. >> older reporters. don't sell yourself short. thank you so much. the activist groups are wal-mart plans to use this to protest in support over big box store workers. 50 demonstrations are planned across the country. we will dig into a little more what these activists want. we will have an
's false equivalents? >> i think it's hyperballic and i don't think it at all compares. the health care plan is going to work. it has had some hiccups but it is going to work over the long term. much like medicare. when medicare first came out everyone was crying and wringing their hands. ronald reagan said this is the death nell for this country and you couldn't pry a medicare policy away from a senior today nor should we. it is one of the bedrocks that keeps them out of poverty. we're going to see over the long term this is going to be healthy for all americans. >> congresswoman, we'll let you get back to work. thanks for your time. >>> jonathan gruber is an economics professor and the key architect of massachusetts romney care law and anne filipic. i know we're rolling with the punches this morning but jonathan, we have the president meeting with insurers today trying to get their buy-in on this. i'd like to get your reaction to the president and his comments that he made yesterday, basically putting his mea culpa out there about the many admissions of this fumble. >> another mistake
in the polls but there is some question if there's a very low turnout race, if they don't get the two million number of voters they want, there could be a chance for him. we shall see. from folks i've talked to they say they have mainly been supportive of mcauliffe and cuccinelli has been too extreme for their views. >> luke russert for is in value. thanks so much, sir. we want to shift gears to the other governor's race being decided today in new jersey. there we have fresh video of chris christie off to the polls this morning with his wife there. christie is being challenged by democrat barbara buono. both candidates have cast their ballots. we have richard lui stationed in new jersey. what are voters telling you? >> what they're telling us is who can run the state the best. who can take care of our economy. that's a common theme that we're hearing from voters that we've been able to speak with. we're here at the morristown firehouse. so far we've been seeing them trickle in basically one by one. we've been here since 6:00 a.m. as we have talked to the election workers here when they have h
for you as president, and he says i have an election tuesday, i need do you thatypically candidates don't t about that. so he ez there is a lot of speculati speculation, but his first job is to win re-election and to do the job of being new jersey governor. so he enjoys all the attention coming his way and works it, that's sort of christie personality to take on those bigger than life aspects about it and he seems to be enjoying it. we talked to a lot of voters who also expect that he will run and the one thing i've heard that has been a bit critical of him is the sense of that brash style of his, would that play in in other parts the country. people say we get it in new jersey, but not so sure voters elsewhere will support it. >> kelly o'donnell, thank you so much. we have new details on the affordable care act including how the white house may have bungled key decisions in the rollout. this as kcritics pile on the president. >> if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. if you like your health care plan, you keep your health care plan. if you like your doctor, you keep seeing doct
were not ted cruz or marco rubio. they came from rush limbaugh. don't let the media tell you who the republican front-runner is. don't let the media pick who the candidate is. that type of stuff resonates very well with the basin side the republican party and i think that may have been -- that is the biggest shot across the bow that i saw yesterday with chris christie, but i have to tell you, craig, i think it is remarkable and in some ways as someone who has been an early consumer and reporter on presidential politics when other people think it's a terrible thing to do sometimes, the honesty with which christie essentially is going about this is aing yesaying yes, i'm goingo consider it and i'm probably going to do it. that's kind of refreshing. >> speaking to that, chuck, we found out in the last hour that he'll be on "meet the press" this week and also going to be running the gauntlet and making the rounds of a lot of other sunday shows. it seeps that this is a role that chris christie is not just embracing, but getting his arms around in a very big way. >> he is very comforta
really going to go against the united states of america? i don't think so. >> what happens in six months? >> negotiations resume and hopefully from the united states point of view hopefully more serious limits to what iran can do. but the reality is that what will happen is that once iran is off the hook, it will be harder to reimpose sanctions and there will be probably more negotiations which again will reach a final agreement, again they will agree to delay things and talk more. so this is basically iran is going to become a threshold nuclear state. i think we all understand that. but it's going to be hfr- >> a threshold nuclear state? >> i think so. that's what israel is warning about. essentially what's happening here, the united states is trying to withdraw from any military commitments in the middle east. going head to head with iran would be some kind of military commitment eventually. so everyone is trying to find a deal they can live with with iran. israel is warning saying we israel, we are the most threatened, we cannot live with it. >> what does this deal tell you about the
because they don't want to face the people that are being affected by the law because they want to win their election. that should tell you everything you need to know about what's going on here and how people are perceiving it. the president's numbers are in the tank. >> joining me is kentucky congressman john yarmuth. as a member of the energy and commerce committee and he was there for wednesday's hearing. sir, great to have you with me. politico has in print what's been pretty obvious all along, talking about gop sabotage. quoting from the article saying the opposition was strategic from the start. derail president barack obama's biggest am sbition and derail obama himself. the evidence, the bread crumbs of this trail is all there and a major part of that sabotage has taken place at the state level. only 17 states are running their own exchanges and 26 have turned down medicaid expansion. is state level obstruction the biggest obstacle to the aca being a success? >> i don't think there's any question about it. all you have to do is look at my state and california and new york and s
're talking about this fraction of people who got plans past 2010 that don't meet the aca standard of care. >> that's right. a lot of people are losing coverage all over the country. and when you are speaking to the public and you tell them they can keep their health care, they should be able to do it. so whatever president obama needs to do to fix it, we have to do it. it's the right thing to do. people in good faith purchased health care and they should receive it. >> i want to play a part of what mitch mcconnell had to say weighing in on the aca yesterday. take a listen. >> the panic has set in. the troops are restless. and on a daily basis, you will see some democrat in some red state come up with a new way to try to distance themselves from obama care. >> sir, i want to go through this bullet point by bullet point because we have this bipartisan bill from senator mary landrieu that gained support from democratic senator dianne feinstein who called it a simple fix to this complex remember. then other red state democrats have come out in support of congressman fred upton's proposal. won
and marines are on the way with supplies. we'll talk live to a rescue worker on the ground. >>> don't rush. we're not in a rush. we need to get the right deal. no deal is better than a bad deal. >> riran gives practically nothing that is not a good deal. >> talks break down to freeze iran's nuclear program. where do we go from here? i'll ask senator barbara boxer. >>> what i'm focused on is doing my job in the state of new jersey. if the job was done, i wouldn't run for a second term. why bother. >> four more years? governor chris christie taking victory lap. will he serve a full term as governor. hear his answer. and incognito on defense. the miami dolphin accused of harassment, racial slurs, even physical abuse finally speaks out. >>> and urban farming. without water, without dirt or even direct sunlight, we'll show you how. it's today's big idea. but we start this hour with typhoon haiyan. after tearing through the philippines, that storm is now bearing down on vietnam with landfall expected just hours from now. in the philippines, it's a creep u scene of utter devastation. the monitor stor
will give dennis mcdonogh is, at this point, i don't trust that you guys will have a magic fix. >> new numbers are out from fox news showing the majority of those polled think the president lied about obama care. with these numbers and democratic anxiety turning to panics has this become a policy problem for president obama? >> i see there's a revolt inside the democratic party over the frustration and the credibility of what's going on. >> joining me right now is south carolina congressman, assistant democratic leader james clyburn. good to have you here. the president is due to speak in about 30 minutes and they've crafted this proposal and president obama will announce that those people with insurance policies that are being canceled because they didn't meet the standard of obama care will now be allowed to renew them, but that insurance companies will then be required to tell people about reenrolling about alternative options. if this is -- if this is what the president will be offering, doesn't this really undermine what the aca is to many americans now which is giving that founda
sure all gas lines are sealed off. there are some power lines down. we don't know exactly when people will be allowed to come back. they're hoping soon. authorities are hoping everything is safe. >> ron allen in washington, illinois for us. ron, thanks so much. >>> we shift focus to our big story and it takes us to d.c. and the question being, ask obama care be fixed with the president's signature, credibility on the line? what if anything account white house and the president do to keep the law and this presidency from flat lining. the white house's next self-imposed deadline is coming up november 30th. and two obama insiders say the president's second term now hinges on just one thing. >> in the short term, as peter said, they're just going to have to slug it through and fix the website. that's the key there. >> once the website gets fixed, and it will, you have to step back and say, okay, what do i need to have confidence going forward for this law not just in the coming months, but the coming years? >> okay. so once it gets fixed. how do you measure fixes. according to "the washin
of that storm are in desperate need of help and many still don't know what happened to their loved ones. >> i don't know what happened to my -- >> who is missing? >> i don't know. >> so the very latest at this hour, up to 10,000 people are believed to have been killed and survivors, as you can imagine, are frantically searching for food, water and shelter. the first delivery of u.s. aid has arrived on the ground in the philippines. u.s. marines have deployed to the area and are mobilizing as part of an international relief effort and they're working to distribute food, water and generators. nbc's ian williams is in manila with the very latest on those relief efforts. ian, good morning. >> reporter: thomas, the head of the philippine red cross this afternoon described the aftermath of the typhoon as absolute bedlam. rescue workers are still trying to reach some of the more remote areas, some of more worst affected of the areas down there in the central philippines. they remain cut off without communications, without power, roads blocked by falling debris. now, rescue workers have been able to
that you're uninsurable. on sunday you said you don't think the democrats -- or you said you think that the democrats are going to be able to run on obama care. >> yes. >> reince priebus says we will tattoo it to their foreheads. we will run on it and they will lose because of it. karl rove, laura ingram had a field day throwing around your name this morning. take a listen to this. >> beautiful. >> every democrat listen to debbie wasserman schultz, do exactly that. obama care every single day. it's a great thing, everybody loves it. don't pay attention to the ordinary people. there are a few malcon tents, go out there and push this issue every single day. you know what, i don't know what you're smoking, because debbie wasserman schultz says that democrats should embrace this and run on it because it's a winner. >> well, good. i hope debbie wasserman schultz and her words of wisdom emanate throughout the democratic stratosphere and i hope they permeate the candidates' campaign structures. >> all right. so let's have your words of wisdom. based on that that can permeate throughout th
want his killer held accountable because they still don't want their child's death to be in vain. >> so the girlfriend said that he knows how to play the game. is that what we're watching here? in reference to how lisa was talking about that 911 call, he could have gone out and talked to the police. instead he knew call 911. >> absolutely. he knows there's no independent eyewitness, there's no video, just like the night of the incident with trayvon martin. trayvon mart so he wants to create this he said/she said. the police come. one of them is obviously lying. so he's hoping that the police say, well, we don't know what happened or the prosecutors say we don't know what happened so we can't go forward and press charges because we know there are things broken. they're each saying something totally different. that's exactly what he wants. that's the perfect scenario for him. listen to him on the 911 call. that same, calm demeanor like he gave those statements to the police before. very convincing, very calm. not acting like a person who just had this huge argument or this huge dispute. o
bush's second term. don't expect a holiday gift earth from lawmakers. eight more days left on the calendar right now where votes will be scheduled. let's go to our gentlemen. governor, let's kick it off with you, we've been talking about the filibuster reform over the past week. we use that as one indicator. what's your thought here? are we headed for more dysfunction in the remaining days of the year or more progress based on what you're seeing? >> unfortunately, dysfunction in the guise of doing absolutely nothing. they only have eight working days left where we don't have a jobs bill, or economic deal on the fiscal cliff or debt limit. we don't have an energy bill which could take advantage of the energy explosion that's happening in this country. we don't have anything. and congress seems paralyzed to act. i think citizens are absolutely irate when they hear there are only eight working days. with all those things on the agenda and to be lie jobs bill we ever get is the republicans passing or repeal obama care that will help create jobs it's ludicrous. >> governor, what
problems don't buy weaponry. >> is there an appetite for gun reform on the national level. >> despite 90% support amongst the american public, the idea of universal background check died in the united states senate. this is a senate that got things like comprehensive immigration reform done with 78 votes, they got an employer nondiscrimination bill done. it's a senate that can get things done. it's a demonstration of how hard it is to move forward at the federal level with gun safety that something as common sense that is supported by most nra members, that is to say universal background checks can't get out of the united states senate. forget about the house of the representatives where i serve, it couldn't get out of the united states senate. >> sir, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you very much. >>> i want to bring in dr. gail saltz of new york presbyterian hospital. it's great to have you here. obviously lanza had some significant mental health issues. he stayed in his room for the last three months of his life. the trash bags that were covering his window. we see the ac
conservatives who don't think he is. >> first to sebelius. tennessee congressman marsha blackburn joins me live now from nashville again, as we watch the health and human services secretary continue her testimony there. congresswoman, you had your chance to question secretary sebelius last week. the administration working around the clock to get this website fixed. official enrollment numbers will be out next week we're told. is that enough progress for you? >> no, it is not enough progress, and we certainly are wanting the problem to be remedied. and the amount of money they have spent, the deadlines they have missed, the waivers they have given, the delays that they have made, i think what we're seeing in the president's approval ratings is that this is unacceptable to the american people. i'm talking to a good many health i.t. specialists and, craig, they're telling me they're very doubtful they're going to have these interfaces and the appropriate integration done so that it is a working system by the time you get to the end of november. what's causing them some of the, i guess, the biggest
you i think that they're hoping to buy some time. i don't know if you stop the bleeding, but you sort of slow it down. they certainly had a feeding frenzy developing over the president's broken promise about if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. and what you heard in there is the president also saying they are working on trying to figure out a way to do this, to keep this promise, at least for as many people as they can. but what i was told behind the scenes is that they're not interested in doing it with congress but instead seeing if they can do it administratively. not have to go through the legislative process, whether that's for political reasons or for administrative reasons, i think that's unclear. but as for the sebelius situation, look, it is not in this president's nature to fire -- to hand washing -- he hates this idea of handing washington a scalp, feeding the beast, if you will, saying that that's somehow necessary here. if he doesn't think she necessarily should be the fall person. that said, i found it interesting when i asked him if he still had confidenc
. and whether or not you like or don't like this deal, it is basically a test of whether you think diplomacy is possible in this situation or ultimately we'll have a military showdown with iran. if we don't get a comprehensive agreement at the end of several months, this will not matter much at all. but we may not be in a worse place than we are right now. ultimately if we can't trust iran and verify the steps that they pledged to take to dismantle the program, we're not going to get anywhere and ultimately we could be headed for a showdown with iran as we've been on a track for, for some time. >> trust but verify, those are the exact words. you're looking over my shoulder at my notes because that's how i feel about this deal as the time clock starts to tick on this. first read says congress will send the president additional sanctions hitting iran asap and the question is really will those sanctions allow a six-month wait period to see whether or not iran complies or not. i want to play for everybody what ben rhodes had to say on "the daily rundown" earlier today. take a look. >> we do not
to the store. some people don't want that some people waiting until cyber monday. some want to sit home and do that thing. are you better off going to the store in terms of the deals? are they about the same? >> here is what i'm telling everyone. this holiday is about staying home, spending time with family. if you have your heart set on something you really want, might as well go out if you want to get some interaction with the shoppers. what retailers do is they want to make sure sales are sustained through the weekend. pretty much better deals as the weekend goes along and into the holiday. >> it's okay to do it online. i shouldn't feel like i'm missing out on something if i don't get out there. >> national retail association said people will spend $603 billion over black friday weekend and most of that is online. yes, you're not the only one if you want to stay at home and logon to the computer. cyber monday is expected to be the biggest this year in history. >> we talk so much about going out and people opening early, retailers opening early. explain from a business standpoint really for
of you. >>> i'm shocked. i'm absolutely shocked. i don't even know what was going on -- had no idea. >> i was just mind-boggled. i just couldn't comprehend that. just didn't seem possible. >> shock, sadness and confusion after the deadly shooting at l.a.x. good afternoon. i'm richard lui in for craig melvin on this saturday. we know who he was and how he did it. but why did 23-year-old paul ciancia open fire in one of the busiest airports in the world? >>> obama care is a classic example of what people are tired of. they're tired of politicians like the president making promises that they can't keep. >> in the hot seat, the obama administration is promising to fix the befuddled health care website. now the ceo of the first private insurance exchange is offering to help. we'll talk to him ahead. >>> a community calls for justice in northern california after a 13-year-old carrying a toy gun is shot and killed by a police deputy. was his race a factor there? we'll talk to a civil rights leader who's joining the call. >>> and later, hip-hop, humor and public health. it's today's "big idea." >
not willing to work with the president on anything. obama care or anything else for that matter. so i don't think that this is about the demise of his legacy moving forward. i think the house will continue to be as hostile as it's always been. >> matt, i would imagine your take on this is somewhat different. >> well, i don't know if we can say that the effectiveness of the obama presidency is over. his biggest critical problem is the fact that this question on whether the american people view him as honest and trustworthy. when you have two polls that show that more than 50% about of the american people are questioning his honesty, that's a big problem. for previous presidents that got to that point, they never did recover. for the president i worked for, george w. bush, he really had to move away from the big agenda that appealed to more the right side of things. and one of the things i think his second term is mostly known for is his initiatives in africa with the initiatives on malaria and aids and how we do foreign aid. it was something of a mch more centrist issue. but a great laeat
more working days if you don't count tomorrow. republicans see the health care law as the gift that keeps on giving, but there's a new poll that finds most americans are actually unaffected by this law. as politico points out, a million and a half people applied in october suggesting interest is on the rise. so, jimmy, do you think the president can turn the tables on this debate? >> it needs to make the website work. i tried yesterday to log on to go see -- to go shopping and i could not do it. the website still not let me log on. >> really? >> that's right. so i've had to now call the phone number, the 1-888 number and fill out my application on the telephone three times. that is not a good track record. not just for me but i'm sure lots of people. but at the same time it's better. me being able to get health insurance on january 1st is better than not having it at all. and so i want the website to work. i demanded the website works and if he doesn't have it working in three days, then he's going to have to answer to his critics, including me, a democrat. >> but you got it, r
ever wanted to know. and i'm working very successfully to forget. i was a voter for the bill. i don't run away from responsibility. but i was not familiar with the detailed. but as i -- >> you voted on the bill but you weren't familiar with the details? >> with all the details, not the specific extent to which -- i was familiar with the financial reform bill. i say that because you asked me how i would propose to fix it. i knew what was in it. but when you are talking about a significant alteration, i wouldn't make any recommendation until i had studied it much more closely. but it does seem to me now that the time has come to put off some of the deadlines. not all of them. by the way, there is one very important piece of that bill that's of great national significance, which is the extension of medicaid to people who weren't having it. that should not be -- >> which deadlines would you put off specifically, congressman? >> well, i was trying to finish a sentence there because it does seem to me we should give both the positive and the negative. i think the medicaid decision should
action, don't these numbers back that up? >> one difference that you're seeing with some of these nominees that we didn't necessarily see in the past is republicans aren't really raising objections based on their qualifications or even necessarily their ideology. they're not pulling statements from their past. they are not facing ethics violations. the argument they're making is, well, there's not enough work on this court to go around. and that's different from in the past when judges have been blocked, it's because maybe they said something in particular about abortion that one side highlights or the other side highlights or they have ethical issues. there have been in the past reasons to oppose specific people. in this case it was a blanket opposition that didn't have any specific grievances attached to it. >> and it's the o in obstruction that matches up with the o because it's coming from obama. >> well, this senate among republicans, obama is toxic. so if it's associated with the president, there's reason to oppose it. >> nbc's casey hunt. great to see you. thank yo
to folks at cms who's running this project, they say we don't see it as turning a corner. it will improve in december, in january and we'll keep having improvements week after week and month after month. so they're not trying to raise expectations to an especially high level. i think there is some worry. and one thing we'll be watching as reporters is what happens when all these people here okay the website as fixed and a lot of them try and get on and shop, will the website be able to handle that? that's one concern for the administration and one thing to watch pretty closely over the next few days. >> juliet, you write in "the post," administration officials are preparing to announce sunday that they have met their saturday deadline for the website but have yet to meet their internal goals for repairing the site and it will not become clear how many consumers it can accommodate until more people try to use it. are they cautiously optimistic at this point? >> well, on a certain level, they feel comfortable that they certainly over the last five weeks have defied expectations in some ways
decisions. i don't like guesses with my business, and definitely not with our health. innovations that work for you. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> developing now, warning sirens blair, putting vietnam on alert. more than 500,000 people trying to get away from one of the strongest storms ever. super typhoon haiyan pummelled the philippines triggering massive floods there. more than 1,000 feared dead so far. we'll have the latest from the ground. i'm craig melvin. you're watching msnbc. we're also following another developing story this afternoon. iran right now, six world nations plus iran are working on a diplomatic deal to freeze that country's nuclear program. where do those talks stand right now? we're live in geneva. >>> also ahead, big league bullies, the new conversation happening all over this country. what happens when adults bully? >>> plus, treating our wounded warriors. on this veterans day weekend, a look at new advances being made to help our injured veterans on the homefront. >>> and the citypak project. more than half of americans don't have a place to live
half of americans don't have a place to live or places to keep their stuff. but that's changing in today's "big idea". >>> we start with the developing news out of the philippines where typhoon haiyan has killed at least 1,000 people so far. the country's president says he expects that number to climb substantially. the red cross estimates more than 1,100 people have been killed in just one city alone. angus king has the latest from man na. >> reporter: as every hour goes by, we're getting a clearer picture of the damage caused by the super typhoon. that's because rescue teams are now and only now able to get into some of the worst affected areas which have remained cut off. roads are blocked. power is down. and there's no phone coverage. experienced aid workers are saying they haven't seen anything like it since the december 2004 asian tsunami. and that's not a comparison you make lightly. a lot of people have managed to get away now. i spoke to survivors. they were rescued by the philippine air force earlier today. and they spoke of many people dead and also of most houses bei
is happening right now? >> reporter: that's right. they don't have anybody here. but the american delegation, last time they had a meeting here, flew straight to tel aviv to debrief prime minister netanyahu. they're in the loop but they're not getting their way either. the israelis don't want any sanctions relief. they say these very, very tough sanctions have brought iran to the negotiating table and the sanctions are like a brick wall. if they take one brick out of it, the whole wall will collapse. they don't want to see any relief of these sanctions. but that's not what we get the feeling from the negotiating powers here. they want to strike some sort of deal and not only are the israelis going to be very unhappy with a deal but so are the saudis who are not particularly fond of the iranians. there are a lot of detractors here. we have detractors in the united states in the senate that don't want this deal to go through and there's a hardline core in iran that are adamant this deal shouldn't go through. this is by no means going to be smooth sailing. >> ali, thanks so much. we'll check in
foot. the strategy of distract, distract, distract is getting old. i don't think the american people are fooled about this. if our colleagues want to work with us to fill judicial vacancies like we've been doing all year. 99% of judges confirmed, obviously we're will willing to do that. >> senate minority leader mitch mcconnell there making the case against the so-called nuclear option moments before he took the podium there on the senate floor we heard from senate majority leader harry reid making the case for installing the so-called nuclear option and reid has suggested doing this before, but started seriously considering the change this week after senate republicans blocked the third presidential nominee in just three weeks. on monday, judge robert wilkins was from the november 12th and nominee nina pollard and october 31st patricia millett was blocked as well. joy ann reid is the managing editor of the and jimmy williams is an msnbc contributor and alahe azad is a contributor. walk us through what happens now and what all of this is going to mean, ultimately? >> so now
lte coverage maps don't really look like maps. seems like maybe... a bunch of berries. a witch-like shrew. this one feels more empty. i'm seeing america, but a lot of it is missing. what do you see here? clearly a picture of the united states. check the map. verizon's superfast 4g lte is the most reliable, and in more places than any other 4g network. i should switch to verizon immediately. that's powerful. verizon. >>> simply put, they cut off iran's most likely paths to a bomb. if iran does that futurely meet its commitments, we will turn off the relief and ratchet up the pressure. it won't be easy. >> breaking down the deal. good sunday afternoon. you're watching msnbc. john kerry on the move just hours after 150sealing the deal with iran. but it's only temporary. what's next? we're live in london and at the white house. >>> it will make our partners in the region safer. it will make our ally israel safer. >> it's not the a historic agreement. it's a historic mistake. it will not make the world a safer place. >> it's creating deep decisions. we'll cut through the rhetoric. a
. don't expect to see how the real interaction plays out on that stage. it will be more than cordial, as they're both politicians, they know how to account t. but i would very much like to be a fly on the wall during their first interaction if that was discussed today and how it plays out throughout the rest of the week. >> we're watching now as the crowd there is applauding vice president joe biden and his wife, dr. jill biden, just walked down the aisle and they are now welcoming in those who are being honored today, announcing those 16 recipients of the presidential medal of freedom. >> reporter: yeah, they are and they're walking in. also among those, gloria steinem will be honored as well. thomas, this is one of those things where throughout the years in washington, d.c., really serves to be a bipartisan occasion. a few years ago president bush 41 was given the award. it's really something where both sides put down the political spears and honor the americans who so very much deserve these awards. it will be interesting, though. i go back to bill clinton. i mean you think about
Search Results 0 to 45 of about 46 (some duplicates have been removed)